By: Constellation Financing Systems  09-12-2011
Keywords: Financing Systems

Through its purchase of Canadian company Finance Technologies Incorporated (FTI), Constellation Financing Systems has added to its ASSET division a trusted and proven leader in asset acquisition software. Building on our expertise in underlying Canadian tax laws and accounting principles, we continually provide our customers with tools that simplify the decision making process.  Founded in 1986, FTI specialized in the development, sale and maintenance of software programs to assist companies during the asset acquisition process.  With FTI product offerings such as RUBICON, LAS/Win and others, COnstellation now makes it easy for companies in Canada to base acquisition decisions on objective calculations. The new suite of Constellation products are easy to learn and extremely user-friendly.

Constellation provides consulting services to a number of major Canadian lessors, including assisting them in lease negotiations on complicated transactions, producing CCA Expense Reports on an individual account basis for both ‘Exempt’ and ‘Specified Leasing Property’ leases, and performing portfolio-wide tax and Capital Cost Allowance analyses on client databases exported from in-house computer systems.

Keywords: Financing Systems

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Other products and services from Constellation Financing Systems


Constellation's ASSET - Leasing Software and Loan Software

ASSET is the only fully featured finance software solution for customer service representatives, dealers, managers and other decision makers, to support global leases and loans by banks, lessors, equipment manufacturers and leasing companies. ASSET is a leasing software and loan management software solution that fully supports the life cycle of a lease or loan from prospecting to inventory management.


Workflow Management Software

Edge concentrates on functions that would traditionally be classified as "front-end" processes such as sales and marketing, contact management, credit applications and adjudication, third party relationships, pricing, contract documentation, funding and reporting.



Both ASSET and Edge were developed by small, boutique software firms that were privately owned and funded and that focused on select customer bases where no two customers were alike in their product offerings but where all types and sizes of financial products were addressed across the customer base.